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By Kimberly Smith
Long gone are the days when job seekers flipped through the daily newspaper in search of their next gig. In the internet age, social media connects employers and job seekers with relative ease.
By Kimberly Smith
Sifting through the issues surrounding leave entitlement is not without its challenges. Who is entitled to leave, when and for how long? These are some of the frequently asked questions.
By Mackenzie Irwin
As my colleague reported earlier last week, the Ontario Court of Appeal recently shut down the tort of harassment in Merrifield v Canada, ("Merrifield").
By Kimberly Smith
In a recent ruling, Merrifield v Canada (Attorney General), 2019 ONCA 205, the Court of Appeal reversed a lengthy trial court decision that boldly created a free-standing tort of harassment.
By Chris Justice
Historically, the law in Canada has used the word "employee" as an entry to coverage, employing the difference between an employee and an independent contractor.
By Chris Justice
In 1999, Boomers made up over half (51.4%) of the workforce.
By Amelia Phillips
The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act ("PIPEDA") is the federal privacy law for private-sector organizations.
By Kimberly Smith
He began his career at Strone as a carpenter, and was subsequently promoted to the position of Health & Safety Training Specialist.
By Mackenzie Irwin
The tort of intentional infliction of mental suffering ("IIMS") is not awarded often, and requires the Plaintiff to meet a very high threshold.
By Kathryn Marshall
The #MeToo movement has put sexual harassment and violence in the workplace front and center. But what about violence that occurs in the personal lives of employees, such as domestic abuse and sexual violence?
By Amelia Phillips
In Heller v. Uber Technologies Inc., 2019 ONCA 1, the Ontario Court of Appeal found that the arbitration clause in Uber's driver services agreement and UberEATS services agreement ...
By Chris Justice
It is quite common for employers to omit (intentionally or otherwise) payment of any bonuses a dismissed employee would have earned had they been given working notice or remained employed.
By Amelia Phillips
Negative comments or social media posts can have a significant impact on a person's career path, and understanding how to protect yourself is critical
By Kimberly Smith
In July of this year, The Human Rights Tribunal ruled that the Imperial Oil Limited ("IO") pre-employment practice of requesting that job applicants disclose ...
By Amelia Phillips
Under what circumstances can a witness be compelled to attend cross-examination outside of the jurisdiction in which he/she lives versus, say, by video conferencing?